When I was 19 living in NYC, I got a dream job. I had always wanted to be in the entertainment field. Warner Brothers hired me to be a part of their "non-theatrical" team. I worked for 2 wonderful men there who were VERY respectful of me as a young woman in the workforce..John Whitesell and David Sussman. I would cover the reception desk, which gave me the opportunity to 'meet and greet' many luminaries 'hotties' of the day including the likes Robert Redford, Paul Newman and Warren Beatty.)
I was occasionally asked to sub for executive secretaries. In those days I was slender and pretty. Lol, I even ran for the NYC "Miss Subways" contest. When I read the story about Harvey Weinstein and actress Ashley Judd about his sexual harrassment of her I was not surprised. She opened the floodgates and many others have corroborated her experience with similar stories of Weinstein's disrespect. I am thrilled that at least one of the men who feel women do not deserve respect was given his just desserts. I speak from personal experience that Judd was not alone. One top WB executive named Fred Weintraub (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fred_Weintraub) for whose secretary I mentioned I subbed was fond of grabbing my butt or brushing against my boobs when nobody could see. He also quietly made lewd comments like, "Why do you wear a bra? You really don't need one". He knew I went to Woodstock and would say, "Wasn't that you bathing nude in the lake, shaving your armpits?" As a young woman it was mortifying and made me so angry. I felt I had no recourse. Who would take my word over his & any sexual harassment complaint I made would cost my job. So I said nothing and tried to avoid him..
I'm sure this occurs in many industries and not just in entertainment. Happily creeps are the exception, not the rule. Still, I'm glad ONE of them is paying a price for his crimes.